The VL 4+1 Pro Attitubes Harness features a tank pocket that allows you to run your marker with a remote hose system or to carry an additional tank on the field. Made of a breathable elastic material for comfort, and features a durable Velcro strap for quick and easy adjustment. Designed to hold four tubes (included) and a .68 CU inch tank (not included). Comes complete with four VL Pro Attitubes. One size fits most.
In brief: Heavy duty harness with adjustable strap
CO2 / HPA tank pocket with draw string
Includes four 140 count tubes
Harness holds 4 pods
One size fits most
The Viewloader Viewloader 4+1 harness are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
None, this is my pod holder i have had from the beginning.
JJ Ceramic 16"
Low Profile (X7) Hopper
32 Degrees Remote Line (don't use though.)
Viewloader 4+1 Pod Pack w/ Ghetto Mod :D
14" JJ Ceramic
2x 12oz CO2
Comes with Pods
Takes Bounces alright
Well I got this product when I got my first paintball gun. It has been a good pod holder but far from the best that I could have. I have used other pod holders and they are better, but as far as "you get what you pay for," there is really nothing above this.
The pod holder comes WITH PODS, so that's always good that you don't need to purchase them separately. The pods are great, as they do their job. There are some times where the lid pops off but its usually caused by me in some way. They do pop open in a rare occasion (1 time in a day MAYBE) and you lose paint. Just don't put your pods facing downward and you can usually catch the open pod before you lose more paint.
What I would like to make you wary about before you buy this are two things. The first is a personal thing, and that is that the strap is very big (at least was for me, so I cut it with some scissors and made it thinner and more comfortable.) The second is an issue for everyone I have met with it, and that is the fact that pods are nearly impossible to put back in the holster with one hand. This makes it a HUGE problem if you are getting shot at and need to shoot back. Throwing your pods on the ground is easiest, but be sure to out your name on them because 2 of mine were stolen.
I would get this if you are a new player and looking for a great deal on a pod holder that has pods. I bought it and I am glad I did. I will most likely upgrade to a better holder that suits my needs, but again for a beginner this is a great buy.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, July 9th, 2008 at 11:36 am PST
BT4 Combat with all stock accessories
20 oz Pure Energy co2 (camo sleeve)
Standard 200 count hopper
Holds four pods
Kind of hard to retrieve pods due to tight bands
This is my first owned and used pod holder and I must say it was worth the purchase. It has four pods included in the package and an extra slot on the harness for an extra co2 or hpa tank or if you decide to run your air from a remote line. The pods themselves are durable and work extremely well and aren't cheap at all. My only problem right now with the harness is that some people may have a hard time retrieving their pods from the pack as the elastic band (if that's what you want to call it) are pretty tight, so in the process you may accidentally open one of your pods and spill the paintballs on the ground. I haven't actually tested the harness out on the field so I can't tell you that this will happen but it's just an assumption. I was able to pick this up for $40 bones from Canadian Tire which I think was worth it.
Great harness for beginners. It provides great stomach and lower back protection where a pb chest protector might not. One size fits most. Cheap and reliable.